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Looking to sell 4-5 names that each have very good development potential and branding potential and that are individually worth x,xxx + each to the right buyer (in my opinion). For a quick sale I will consider offers in the x,xxx range ONO for the lot. These would be good for buyers that are genuinely interested in developing sites and/or those that are good at direct sales as I think these names could be resold relatively easily (with a bit of good proactive sales work)

They are all co.uks, they are all 2 word (not one word), they are all strong generic terms and they all come with .UK rights

Please PM if interested in seeing list

Thanks
 
Why not just post names - everyone else does

There's little point in telling people here how much potential they have, no-one has ever registered a domain they didn't think had potential
 
For a couple of reasons - but the main one being because I don't want low prices being offered on here that could potentially get picked up by search engines.

I personally think the names are good quality with good development potential and could in theory be sold to end users for high prices.

At the moment I am looking to sell them quickly on Acorn as I want a quick sale but that certainly does not mean I don't value them and the bottom line is that I don't want to damage future sales potential.
 
Seems like a faff to have to ask for a list

This part of the forum you have to be registered anyway so you don't need to worry about google.
 
they are all 2 word (not one word)

You could right them in a sentence, as they are 2 worders. Something like the first one is green apples, next is red oranges and last is blue pens.
 
As the others have said, listing the domains would be helpful - would save you and everyone here sending/replying to a bunch of PM's.

Or at the minimum, at least mention what niche they're in. We tend to focus on certain areas, so if it were Niche A we might be interested, but Niche B is just a waste of both of our time.
 
As the others have said, listing the domains would be helpful - would save you and everyone here sending/replying to a bunch of PM's.

Or at the minimum, at least mention what niche they're in. We tend to focus on certain areas, so if it were Niche A we might be interested, but Niche B is just a waste of both of our time.
I have explained why I prefer PM's - it doesn't take much to do a PM so hopefully this won't put too many people off.

In terms of a niche - these are not in a niche - the thing that they have in common in my view is (a) they all have good development potential in the respect that they could be built into good sites with various revenue stream options (b) they all have good brand potential and if quality sites were built on them I could see some of them having the brand potential to become leaders in their specific niche (c) the individual niches are quite wide - i.e. they are not names that cover a niche that only gets a tiny amount of traffic - they tend to be for much wider consumer related niches in the main - I hope this helps
 
Fair enough, and it's obviously up to you how you want to go about things. But just letting you know I never bother contacting people from threads like these as they're often a waste of time (for both of us) - so I'm one potential buyer put off by it.

But then again we tend to buy to develop, not sell on, so maybe traders have a different view...

Would be interesting to see a quick show of hands how many others don't respond unless there's more info?
 
Fair enough, and it's obviously up to you how you want to go about things. But just letting you know I never bother contacting people from threads like these as they're often a waste of time (for both of us) - so I'm one potential buyer put off by it.

But then again we tend to buy to develop, not sell on, so maybe traders have a different view...

Would be interesting to see a quick show of hands how many others don't respond unless there's more info?

Fair enough - but I can assure you I am not one that likes to waste anyone's time - far from it ! I have been heavily involved in the development of high traffic sites and in planning and incorporating multiple revenue streams so I think I have a pretty good idea of the type of sites that are likely to be good for development and how to monetise them. In my opinion the names I have in mind are likely to be good for development and I can think of many ways in which they could be monetised.

I don't like to post details of certain names on the public forum because as I said I think it has the potential to have a negative effect if people make low ball offers and we then want to try and sell the names direct to marketing managers etc. I do however often list individual names in domain for sale posts etc.

I am not trying to be difficult and I don't think it is that hard for people to use the PM system.

It is a real shame if this is putting people like you off if you are a buyer that might be genuinely interested as both sides could potentially be losing out.

However from my perspective I have outlined one key reason and have other reasons so I won't be listing them here - however if you change your mind and want to chat via the PM method I will be most happy to do so - I could show you the names and give you a bit more insight into the reasoning behind me wishing not to list them here

It is up to you.

Many thanks
 
Fair enough - but I can assure you I am not one that likes to waste anyone's time - far from it ! I have been heavily involved in the development of high traffic sites and in planning and incorporating multiple revenue streams so I think I have a pretty good idea of the type of sites that are likely to be good for development and how to monetise them. In my opinion the names I have in mind are likely to be good for development and I can think of many ways in which they could be monetised.

I'm not saying you're out to waste peoples time or that the names aren't any good. But for myself at least, we operate in a smaller number of niches and so 95%+ of the domain names we see on acorn aren't of any interest.

That was why I suggested mentioning what niche(s) they were in as it give some kind of indication f we're likely to be interested. Whereas if it's not a niche we do anything with then regardless of how good the name is, we wouldn't be interested and so us PM'ing each other would be a fruitless exercise (that's what I meant by wasting time).

But anyway, we've gone off n a bit of a tangent so apologies for de-railing your sales thread!
 
I'm not saying you're out to waste peoples time or that the names aren't any good.....

But anyway, we've gone off n a bit of a tangent so apologies for de-railing your sales thread!

No worries

That was why I suggested mentioning what niche(s) they were in as it give some kind of indication f we're likely to be interested.


I have quite a few names that I think are good for development and I am looking to sell a few at the moment. I had one list in mind which was not niche specific but if you are happy to tell me what niches you specialise in, if I have a few others that fit the bill I will let you know and if not we can leave it at that.
 

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